Long Live the King: Elvis Presley Celebrated on the Anniversary of His Death
Thursday marks the 35th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death and fans of the crooning, hip-shaking sensation — whose songs first hit radio airwaves in 1956 — are honoring the King of Rock and Roll with everything from
(CBS News) Elvis Presley, who died 35 years ago to the day, is still bringing in money for his estate. The Cirque Du Soleil show "Viva Elvis" helped Presley become the second highest paid deceased celebrity, right behind Michael Jackson. The Las Vegas
Dead 35 years, Elvis is still everywhere. Elvis Presley may have died 35 years ago today, but to his legion of fans he's still very much alive in their hearts, and in a few cases, their minds. Candles are reflected in a photo of Presley at a memorial
That's why, these days, many music fans know Davis primarily as a songwriter who wrote several big hits in the late 60's and 70's for Elvis Presley, including “Don't Cry Daddy,” “A Little Less Conversation,” and “Memories.” His crowning achievement
Elvis Presley is influence on many entertainers, including Dolly Parton, Mac Davis, Billy Swan and Jerrod Niemann.